The official name for the Labrang is Xiahe County or Sangqu Country under Gannan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Gansu Province, China. The Geographical view of this town is beautiful mountanious and great pastrol with herding several domestic animals like Yak, Sheep, Goats & Pigs.
The famously known as one of the biggest Buddhist Monasteries, Labrang Tashi Kyil is located in this town. People from outside also attract to it’s massive pasture land of Sangkok, Gangya and old histories of Gangya Pavillion and the meditation caves of Taktsang Lhamo.
Labrang Monastery is founded by the first Jamyang Shepa, Ngawang Tsondru. Since from then, this monastery is known for it’s many ritual activities performed and organised by the moanstery. There are thousands and thousands of visitors for throughout the year to this place including both piligrimages and tourists.
Taktsang Lhamo as in Tibetan name and Langmu Si as official name is located at the boarder of Gansu and Sichuan Provinces. This place is also called as Little Switzerland in Tibet. Taktsang Lhamo literally means ‘the Fairy Maiden in Cave’. This place is attracted towards it’s amazing landscape and the traditional old monasteries situated there.
Sangkok Priarie or Sanke Priarie is famously known for it’s fascinated landscapes specially during Spring & Summer. Both the locals and visitors enjoy picnic and horseriding in this area.
Gangya Draker/ White Rocky Mountain is located about 1 hour drive from Labrang town which is home for many natural auspicious, beauties and the aged long historical monastery Braker Monastery. This monastery is built in 14th century by Shonu Sangye one of the Tsongkapa’s masters and later rebuilt by Lobsang Gyatso, 1634.
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